How ‘Army of the Dead’ Carries on Romero’s Legacy – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to zombies, those shambling flesh eaters that infest the annals of pop culture horror, few names are as influential as George A. Romero. The man who pioneered the entire zombie genre, Romero’s legacy is a powerful testimony to just how rich with potential his ideas were, and that potential is still felt in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. Snyder, who himself … Continue reading How ‘Army of the Dead’ Carries on Romero’s Legacy – ScreenHub Entertainment

Zack Snyder Is Off The Leash In Netflix’s ‘Army Of The Dead’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Ever since 300 came out, director Zack Snyder has had a productive working relationship with Warner Bros. That is, until his DCEU films were met with mixed receptions, most recently his four-hour cut of Justice League. Now, Snyder is free from the conflict with Warner and has seemingly been given carte blanche over at Netflix for Army of the Dead, his first film away from … Continue reading Zack Snyder Is Off The Leash In Netflix’s ‘Army Of The Dead’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

What ‘The Witcher’ Needs To Get Right In Its Second Season – ScreenHub Entertainment

Potential spoilers for season two of The Witcher When it debuted back in 2019, The Witcher was revealed to be the most popular show on Netflix. The show, based on the best-selling novels by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, promised to fill in the void left by Game of Thrones. But despite the star power of Henry Cavill, the show stumbled quite a bit in its … Continue reading What ‘The Witcher’ Needs To Get Right In Its Second Season – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Malcolm and Marie’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Since the Golden Globes weekend is right at our door, I thought it would be a good idea to discuss the best movies that could be nominated for the Oscar season this year. My latest find is a black and white Netflix flick directed by newcomer Sam Levinson, which doesn’t seem like much on the surface, but hides a monster of a script that is … Continue reading ‘Malcolm and Marie’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘WandaVision’ Episode 5 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

I don’t know about you, but I’m so happy to see this show finally pulling back the curtain on its big mystery. After a whole month of head-stratching episodes, last week’s episode 4 spent its whole runtime presenting us the backstory of SWORD agent Monica Rambeau (presented at first as Geraldine in the sitcom). Monica is in fact Maria Rambeau’s (Lashana Lynch) daughter, which was … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Episode 5 [SPOILER Review] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Challenger’ Takes Viewers Back to a National Tragedy – ScreenHub Entertainment

Of the series that was launched on Netflix last year, few possessed the potency of Challenger: The Final Flight. For those who grew up after the Challenger tragedy, it might be easy to not understand just what this ill-fated flight meant to the United States and the world. What Challenger does superbly well is it places the viewer back in the 1980s and takes them … Continue reading ‘Challenger’ Takes Viewers Back to a National Tragedy – ScreenHub Entertainment

What ‘Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer’ Gets Right About True Crime – ScreenHub Entertainment

There’s no doubt about it. People are fascinated by their predators. Whether it be monsters from mythology or the real-life terrors of serial murderers, people seem to have a strange curiosity about what, or who wants to kill us. For this reason, the true-crime genre remains very popular amongst the American public, and Netflix has produced several notable titles. With such works as The Bundy … Continue reading What ‘Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer’ Gets Right About True Crime – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘Mank’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

At a time when the movie industry questions the existence of theatres due to our new viewing habits during the pandemic, the talented American filmmaker David Fincher, that guy who offered us The Social Network (2010), Gone Girl (2014) and Seven (1995), has a very interesting page of cinema history to read to us. Choosing Netflix as a distributor and producer for his new project, … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Mank’ Movie Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Klaus’ Is A Modern Christmas Classic – ScreenHub Entertainment

Some minor spoilers for Klaus I recently lamented how Kurt Russell couldn’t save The Christmas Chronicles from being a dumb, shallow and cringy Netflix holiday feature. So the search began for a film that was better in every conceivable way. Thankfully for me, I didn’t have to look far as I stumbled upon Klaus. I remember when this movie was first announced, but never took … Continue reading ‘Klaus’ Is A Modern Christmas Classic – ScreenHub Entertainment

Kurt Russell Can’t Save ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Making its debut in 2018, The Christmas Chronicles was quite the trendsetter when it came out and all that people talked about for a spell at the time. How come, you may ask? Well, that’s the question I asked myself. Curiously, there weren’t too many reviews out on the movie from critics I admire and trust, leading me to finally decide to give this holiday … Continue reading Kurt Russell Can’t Save ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ – ScreenHub Entertainment